Like any major city driving in Amsterdam can be challenging. The streets are more narrow and winding than you may be used to, and are subject to frequent construction and repair. However, there are several ways you can prepare yourself for navigating your car hire with seven seats around Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is a very bicycle friendly city during the spring and summer months, so make sure to look out for bikers and pedestrians during this time, as they will be everywhere. Remember, cyclists and pedestrians always have the right of way.
Many of the streets in Amsterdam are one way and it is important to make note of the major ones. The streets of the canal ring are all one way, and always on the right side.
Although some intersections may not have traffic signs you should treat them as a four way stop, especially at canal bridges. Exercise caution, and remember its always better to stop or yield than assume you have the right of way because there is not sign.
You will need to pay to park your [7 seater car hire in Amsterdam] everywhere except perhaps at your hotel, which may issue you a parking permit. Make sure that you bring enough change with you to pay parking machines at the sites you visit around the city.
Remind your traveling companions not to leave their valuables in your [Amsterdam rental car] with seven seats when parking in an unattended area in Amsterdam.